Fujifilm releases “FUJIFILM PROJECTOR Z5000”
February 13, 2019
- Entering into the projector market utilizing Fujifilm's cutting-edge optical technology used in FUJINON lens
- Featuring the world's first*1 “folded two-axial rotatable lens”, new ultra-short throw projector that can be installed in tight spaces
- Projecting powerful images on a massive 100-inch screen from a close-up distance of 75cm, also equipped with the class-leading*2 Lens Shift function
FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Kenji Sukeno) has announced that it will release the FUJIFILM PROJECTOR Z5000 (FP-Z5000), an ultra-short throw projector equipped with the world's first*1 “folded two-axial rotatable lens” to enable omnidirectional image projection without moving the main projector unit. FP-Z5000 is an innovative projector which is able to be set up in places where a conventional projector could not be placed due to severe space constraints, and throw powerful images in directions that other projectors cannot handle. With the launch of this projector in April 2019, Fujifilm will make a full entry into the projector market in its drive for further business expansion.
Today, projectors are used in a wide variety of situations including theaters, offices and educational institutions. More recently, demand for projectors has increased due to their applications for digital signage at commercial facilities, product PRs at business showrooms or design projection at art galleries / museums. This has increased the needs for projectors to be used for effective advertising in limited space, and spatial presentation using walls and ceilings.
<FP-Z5000's main features>
- FP-Z5000 is equipped with the folded two-axial rotatable lens developed with Fujifilm's cutting-edge optical technology nurtured through
- The use of the ultrathe development of FUJINON lens. It gives this projector a capability of directing the lens up, down, front, rear, left and right to project images in various directions without having to move the main unit. This means it can project images not only on a wall or screen but also on the ceiling and floor, and easily switch between vertical and horizontal display.-short throw lens makes it possible to project images on a 100-inch screen from the close-up distance of just 75cm.
- The class-leading*2 Lens Shift function*3 of up to 82% vertically and 35% horizontally makes it easy to adjust the position of projected images across a wide range.
- The FP-Z5000 uses large-diameter spherical and aspherical lens elements, based on Fujifilm's advanced know-how in optical design, and a laser light source with outstanding durability. This reduces distortion and aberration edge-to-edge for stable projection of bright and vivid images.
Fujifilm has been working on research and development, manufacturing and marketing of industrial optical devices including optical components of office equipment and projectors, in addition to a wide range of broadcast lenses and cine lenses. The company is also tapping into its advanced optical technology, nurtured through the development of a wide range of lenses, as well as cutting-edge image processing technology, fostered through the development of the X Series of digital cameras, to broaden its scope of business operations, as evident in the launch of the “FUJIFILM SX800”, long-range surveillance camera with a built-in lens. Fujifilm will strive to achieve further business growth by continuing to develop innovative products that meet diverse market needs.
1. Product name, release timing and pricing
Product name: FUJIFILM PROJECTOR Z5000
Release date: April 2019
2. Product features
(1) Equipped with the folded two-axial rotatable lens
- The FP-Z5000 features a folded two-axial rotatable lens, developed with cutting-edge optical technology nurtured through the development of FUJINON lens, adding a capability of directing the lens up, down, front, rear, left and right to project images in various directions without having to move the main unit. This means it can project images not only on a wall or screen but also on the ceiling and floor.
- You can switch the orientation of projected images between portrait and landscape by simply rotating the lens, enabling powerful “Portrait Projection.”
(2) Projecting images on a 100-inch screen from the close-up distance of just 75cm
- The use of an ultra-short throw lens makes it possible to project images on a massive 100-inch screen from a close-up distance of just 75cm. This significantly reduces the amount of space required between the projector unit and the screen, enabling maximum spatial use.
(3) Lens Shift function of up to 82% vertically and 35% horizontally
- The FP-Z5000 takes advantage of a large image circle of its large-diameter lens to offer the Lens Shift function of up to 82% vertically and 35% horizontally, making it possible to adjust the position of projected images across a wide range without having to move the projector's main unit or change the lens's direction.
(4) Reducing distortion and aberration edge-to-edge for stable projection of bright and vivid images
- The FP-Z5000 uses large-diameter spherical and aspherical lens elements, based on Fujifilm's advanced know-how in optical design, to minimize image distortion typically seen at edges in short-throw lenses as well as aberration that often arises while shifting the lens. It achieves stunning image projection.
- The use of a highly-durable laser light source enables stable image projection at high luminosity of 5000lm and reduces workload and costs associated with maintenance.
- (5) Excellent ease of use with the smallest body in its class
- The FP-Z5000 supports both vertical*4 and horizontal positioning, allowing you to choose how it should be installed according to users' environment.
- The projector comes in a compact body measuring just 108mm thick, the thinnest in its class*2. Its design approach allows the lens and the main projector unit to fold into a box shape for added portability.
- It has beautifully rounded corners for a stylish appearance, achieved in Fujifilm's pursuit for design sophistication.
- *4 The vertical installation requires the use of a stand (included) to prevent the projector from tipping over.
3. Main specifications
|DLP chip||Size||0.65-inch, 16:9 aspect ratio|
|Display method||Single Chip DLP|
|Resolution||2,073,600 pixels (1920 x 1080)|
|Lens||Type||Folded two-axial rotatable lens|
|Lens Shift||Electrical: V±82% H±35%|
|Zoom||Electrical: x1.0 - x1.1|
|0.34 (Wide) - 0.37 (Telephoto)|
|Focal length||f=5.0mm (Wide) - 5.5mm (Telephoto)|
|F number||F2.4 (Wide) - F2.49 (Telephoto)|
|Light source||Laser diode|
|Projected image size||70 - 300 inches, approx. 0.5m - 2.3m|
|Audio output||10W x 1|
|Scanning frequency||Horizontal||10K - 102KHz|
|Vertical||23K - 120Hz|
|Maximum display resolution (W x H)||1920 x 1080|
|I/O terminals||HDMI||3 terminals|
|USB (DC5V output)||1 terminal Type A|
|Usage environment||Operating temperature||0 - 40℃ (without condensation)|
|Storage temperature||-10 - 50℃ (without condensation)|
|Power supply||AC100V - 240V 50/60Hz|
|Maximum power consumption||700W|
|Power consumption (on standby)||0.5W|
|Dimensions||470mm (W) x 375mm (D) x 108mm (H)
(when the lens is folded in, excluding protrusions)
|Accessories included||Remote control, 2 AAA batteries, lens cap
HDMI cable (1.8m), power supply cable (3.0m)
2 vertical installation stands, simplified user manual